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  1. Book ImageMan and Crisis

    José Ortega y Gasset, Mildred Adams

    “A worthy companion of the author’s The Revolt of the Masses. Both books are marked by the brilliance, originality, and depth of the author’s interpretation of the crisis of our age and of the basic historical processes.” —Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social ScienceMore

  2. Book ImageThe Son of Man: The Story of Jesus

    Emil Ludwig, Eden Paul, Cedar Paul

    There are few biographers of the scope, depth and reach of Emil Ludwig. His biographies of Napoleon and other world-famous figures have made him one of the most widely read, widely appreciated writers of our time. Like Francis Hackett he combines thorough scholarship with a gift for the dramatic. He is also a master of psychology: from the historical record he re-constructs human figures that move and speak as if they were living in our time.More

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